2013 Celeb superlatives: Most likely to Google themselves
Some celebs love attention, and thanks to Google, they can see who's saying what and why. It may seem narcissistic, but they just can't help themselves. Tell us who you think is most likely to do a self-search online.
Robert Downey Jr.
Robert Downey Jr.'s confidence always comes off as charming instead of arrogant. How does he do it? Perhaps it's probably because he's open about it. When it comes to public opinion, whether good or bad, Downey thrives on it. So of course he'd check in to see what people are saying.
Sean "Diddy" Combs
Sean "Diddy" Combs has been in the entertainment industry for over 20 years. He's continued to stay hip to what's happening in pop culture. He probably researches himself on a daily basis. How else is he going to know what venture is or isn't working?
Ryan Seacrest's career is media. Whether on radio or television, the man's voice, face and name is plastered everywhere. He's more than the host of American Idol. He's also the producer behind top reality shows like the aforementioned Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Plus, we refuse to believe someone with that tan, those teeth and that hair isn't a friend of Google.
It's no secret that Kim Kardashian loves attention. She's built a multimillion dollar empire off it. She has to know whether she's still relevant. So many socialites have come and gone, yet Kardashian remains in the spotlight. We're sure there's a method behind her enduring notoriety.
Kenya Moore is Gone With the Wind fabulous! On the latest season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Moore couldn't let a day go by without reminding someone of her credits. Did you know she's a former Miss USA? Moore's revamped her image and probably trolls Google to stay on top of it.
Remember a few years ago, when Jennifer Lopez was everywhere? You couldn't open a browser without her popping up on your homepage. Since then, she's pulled back a bit but is still a huge draw for paparazzi. Photos are constantly surfacing of her and her newest beau. We're sure she's been tempted to Google and take a peek.
Mariah Carey is a rare breed. She's one of the last remaining singers who can still carry a tune. When Carey's on stage, it's like everyone else disappears. She seems uninterested in what us common folk think, but we believe she cares much more than she lets on.
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